Food Sovereignty Ghana organized a Press conference today to announce their intention to appeal against the ruling by the Human Rights court, Accra dismissing their application for Interlocutory Injunction on the commercial release of Bt Cowpea and GM rice. Below … Continue reading
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Ruling On Ghana’s GMO landmark Case Set For October 29th.
Sir Justice Dennis Adjei the newly appointed judge on the GMO case in Ghana presided over affairs of the high profile case for the first time this morning at the Human Rights Court set the 29th October, 2015 to give … Continue reading
Ghana’s Landmark GMO Case Reconvenes on Monday 12 October
The Human Rights Division of the High Court in Accra is scheduled to reconvene the case submitted by lead plaintiffs Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) seeking an injunction on the commercialization and release of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) in Ghana on … Continue reading
Ghana’s Landmark GMO Case Adjourned To October 12, 2015
The human rights division of the High Court in Accra was today scheduled to hear the case submitted by lead plaintiffs Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG). The case which sought to place an injunction on the commercialization and release of Genetically … Continue reading
FSG Goes To Court Today Over Bt Cowpeas and GM Rice
PRESS RELEASE, 8 JULY, 2015 The case in which Food Sovereignty Ghana is seeking an injunction of the commercial release of Bt cowpeas and GM rice in Ghana is scheduled to be heard today at the Accra High Court today, … Continue reading
PLEASE, JOIN US IN COURT!!! David Versus Goliath!
PLEASE, JOIN US IN COURT!!!David Versus Goliath! Do you feel like eating GMO Waakye? What about “red red” (ripe plantain… We wish to use this occasion, to invite all and sundry, to join us at the Human Rights Division of … Continue reading
March 3, 2015
Court Orders Temporary Halt On GM Commercialization
The Fast Track High court in Accra today sat for the second hearing of the case submitted by plaintiffs Food Sovereignty Ghana (FSG) against the Ministry of Food & Agriculture and the National Biosafety Committee. The case was first heard … Continue reading